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20s to low 30s. derek, coming up i will tell you more about that developing winter storm. back to you. >> thank you, erica. >>> retired general norman schwarzkopf died tonight. the cares it mattic american -- the charismatic american military man led operation desert storm. schwarzkopf known by some as stormin' norman reportedly died at his home in tampa. he had retired there in nineteen that after serving as commander in chief of central command. former president h. w. bush offered his condolences in a statement calling schwarzkopf a true american patriot. he was 78. but as for our 41st president, you've likely heard that his health is failing but an aid to the former president h. w. bush says put those thoughts back in the closet, that he has every intention of getting better and going home. right now, though, he remains in intensive care as doctors are dealing with a stubborn fever. he was admitted a month ago for bronchitis. that aid did ask that we keep the elder bush and his family in our prayers, and we will. it is, of course, president bush's reversal on that famous no new ta
that will all be in your full forecast. derek, back to you. >> let's hope it's more than .2 of an inch. >>> all right, a last-ditch meeting to avoid that fiscal cliff it appears has just wrapped up at that time white house. president obama called congressional leaders to the white house. the hope was he could hash out the framework for a possible deal. danielle nottingham joins us with the latest. okay, did they get it done, danielle? >> reporter: derek, we're just not sure what happened. all four leaders left the white house without speaking to the media. we can only assume that means this wasn't a productive meeting. top congress impressional leaders left the white house after a last-ditch fiscal k cliff meeting with president obama. the closed door meeting was an attempt to avoid the automatic tax headaches and spending cuts set to king at the start of the new year. with just three days to go republicans and democrats are still blaming each other. >> i want to thank all of you for being here to call upon the republicans not to drop the ball on the middle class. >> reporter: there was a new y
maxes out monday. matt. >>> derek, as you said, there are two big stories. the fiscal cliff and a weather sam, pretty powerful one heading our way. erica joins us. >> it could bring us our biggest snowfall so far this '84 and that would be a big deal. let's take a look new at satellite and radar. you can see that wintry weather approaching. there's a little bit of snow in basically the great lakes region and then rain approaching from kentucky, moving toward west virginia. that rain will change over to snow and a wintry mix. that's why a winter weather advisory is in effect from 3:00 a.m. tomorrow until 6:00 p.m. tomorrow, and for tall counties highlighted in blue, and it looks like we could see an accumulation not only in those counties but also a little bit further south of that. that's what i'm expecting for this winter storm. snow with wintry mix arriving early in the morning with accumulations in the district and points north and west. a wintry mix with rain south and east of d.c. the precipitation moves out as we head into the afternoon and early eveninon saturday, but
problem is impacting their work. wjz is live. derek valcourt explains how a drug shortage nearly affected surgeries at the anne arundel medical center. derek? >> reporter: lawmakersmakers have have been hearing an earful about problems that they are being forced to deal with. >> reporter: as doctors at anne arundel medical center prepared for surgery on a late november weekend, they became concerned about their low supply of a drug needed to reverse anesthesia for patients after surgery. in fact, supply was so low, doctors considered cancellations. >> fortunately, supply was identified. no one's care was delayed. but it's an example of how hospitals have to continuously monitor their supply of critical drugs. >> reporter: drug shortages have become increasingly common. from 2005 to 2011, the number of drugs on the fda's shortage list has more than tripied. -- tripled. >> how concerned are you about these drug shortages? >> i think the public needs to be concerned but not panicked. and every hospital in the state, and i'm quite sure every hos
and to answer the question how do we keep it from happening again. tonight derek says a shortage of potential answers is the least of our problems. >> yeah, the good news is that americans are so heartbroken and angry over the newtown massacre, president obama seemed to speak for all of us when he said surely we can do better than this. we'll have to change, he said. but i think what he really meant was we're no longer afraid of change, because let's be real. as the president pointed out, we've been through this thing before, several times. but nobody did much about it, because still keeping it real here, the president, lawmakers and a whole lot of commentators, maybe this one included, we were intimidated by the gun lobby. nobody wanted to get them upset. and that's why i'm hoping the president was just as serious and fearless when he said he plans to talk to everybody from law enforcement to mental health professionals to parents themselves and find some real answers to all this. because we know from experience real answers, they're often really uncomfortable politically, and they can be ex
: well, derek, they have plenty of stories and they put it in this so-called storybook and it's titled moms and families can't bear more than their fair share. in it they talk about struggling to make ends meet as it is. they put this all in a storybook with families all across the country and they say teetering on the fiscal cliff has pushed moms to come to capitol hill. >> tons of working moms who are barely able to make it work. >> reporter: silver spring maryland mom clara pager with 10-month-old cassady and a teddy bear in walking the halls of congress, but the stuffed animal is not for her child but for lawmakers. >> the teddy bear for representative wolfe. >> it steams like it's the middle class family -- seems like it's the middle class families who the cuts get made on because they don't have a voice here to speak for them. >> reporter: page is part of an online grassroots organization called momsrising.org, their goal? improve public policy for working families handing out teddy bears to lawmakers telling them they're putting moms and families in an unbearable situation. mo
? >> uh-huh. >> i do not recommend derek and dale. >> right here, folk, we're doing something. we will come to your house and we will do something. okay? >> d & d doingings are willing to do -- something"something" ar house. >> 18 -- >> five minutes. >> yes. >> five minutes. we'll give you two of those. >> portablefor -- those were all affordable prices for whatever they were going to do. >> like climbing a ladder. >> i don't know if i could trust them. if i need something done, i'd call them. >> i can't guarantee i'll do it, but i guarantee i'll do something. >> written out by an autistic brother. we tacted derek and dale, stage names. they say they do not have an autistic brother. they just did this for fun. >> weird how things can start on the internet and people will believe it. >> call today. ? this little fella believes that he can make it snow. >> and this is his reaction. [ laughter ] >> find out what he says when the snow starts falling. [ male announcer ] this commercial is not about getting fios, it's about getting fios. that moment after you finally got it that you ac
. >>> this winter storm is expected to affect mostly the northern and western parts of our area. news 4's derek ward has been on the roads this morning monitoring the conditions. derek, what have you seen so far? >> reporter: well, so far, not a lot. we did see some flakes at about 5:00 this morning. this is what we've seen a lot of. these trucks with their flashing lights at the ready to treat the roads. some roads have been treated. early this morning, i saw some of that coming in the district and here in montgomery county. so not a lot they can do now, but they're ready if the conditions should change. we're kind of in a hole right now, but as that hole passes, we'll start to see some precipitation. prudence is the order of the day. >> derek, thank you. >>> road crews around d.c. worked for hours to get ahead of the snow. here's a live look at constitution at 23rd street. yesterday, d-dot announced they would have 200 plows and salt trucks ready to go this morning. the plan, pretreating bridges and overpasses that are prone to icy conditions first. and here's a look in alexandria. that's where th
, the growing problem is impacting their work. wjz is live. derek valcourt explains how the shortage nearly affected surgeries at anne arundel medical center. derek? >> hospital officials told lawmakers it was a close call. they almost canc willed surger -- canceled surgery because of a shortage. >> reporter: as doctors at anne arundel medical center prepared for surgeries on a late november weekend, they became concerned about their supplies of a drug needed for anesthesia. in fact, supply was so low, doctors considered cancellations to their surgery schedule. >> fshtszly -- fortunately, supply was identified. it's an example of how hospitals have to continuously monitor their supply of critical drugs. >> reporter: drug shortages have become increasingly common. from 2005 to 2011, the number of drugs on the fda's shortage list has more tripled. >> how concerned are you? >> i think the public needs to be concerned but not panicked. and every hospital in the state, and i'm quite sure every hospital in the country is facing the same difficulty. >> doctor
. three-shot lead. nine under par. derek jeter. the king of new york sports. great player, friendly with media. everybody loves him but in big apple you're a target check out headline from today's new york post. derek eater. the yankee great coming off ankle surgery. you can see he's wearing a protective boot. no cardio. so he's put on a few pounds. you'd think derek jeter would get a pass. >> if you're a woman they'd be saying you have a baby bump. >> fortunately that was then't line n new york nobody gets away unscathed. also, want to give everybody an update on pack 12 championship. because carolyn is wearing her stanford cardinal colors. and i'm getting beaten up here. stanford is leading at the half. and the field is a muddy mess. players slipping and sliding everywhere. rose bowl is at stake. >> yes. exactly this, is huge. >> yes. >> peyton manning will march into oakland thursday for raiders day right here on abc 7 and fans are ready for this. >> oh, yeah. check out photo from tom j sent in showing marcel reese. he has a good seat to get that shot. 26-23 win. >> that is what
're expecting in each individual neighborhood, each individual county coming up in your full forecast. derek, back to you. >> sounds like a good morning to stay in and watch your cartoons. talk about waiting until the last minute. we are now just three days away from the huge tax hikes and spending cuts known as the fiscal cliff. today, the president met with congressional leaders at the white house, but the action is now in the u.s. senate, where the republican and democratic leaders are trying to find some sort of compromise. but if they can't, the president is insisting on an up and down vote on his plan in both the house and senate. the vote in the news room tonight was to have gary nurenberg fill us in. gary? >> reporter: derek, how absurd is this? almost no one wants the country to see that combination of huge spending cuts and tax increases, but month after month after month, congress has been unable to cut a deal to avoid them. how absurd is this? so absurd the president is quoting yogi berra to describe it. >> this is deja vu all over again. america wonders why it is that in this t
unarmed children and their teachers. in newtown, connecticut, i'm randall pinkston, back to you derek. >> we thank you for that report. now investigators had hoped that lanza's computers would yield evidence of a possible motive but he reportedly smashed up the court's hard drive and they're not sure what if any information they can get from those. >>> the debate over gun control continues to pick up momentum in the wake of the newtown school tragedy. several pro gun rights lawmakers have come forward since the shooting to say it's now time to put gun control measures back on the table and the white house says it will push congress to reinstate a ban on assault weapons but many still say gun bans aren't the answer. >> they take away freedom for law-abiding folks and they don't take away the guns from those who end up being the eventual perpetrators. >> 40% of gun sales take place without a background check. no questions asked and felons, the dangerous mentally ill and domestic abusers can easily get guns. >> families of victims at virginia tech and aurora and columbine came to capitol
derek ward is live in frederick with more. good morning, derek. looks like you have quite the coating out there so far. >> reporter: well, indeed, we do. this has been here for a while. this actually fell on about wednesday. i don't know if the camera can pick it up now, but there is some precipitation falling now. it seems to be sleet. when we got here, there was a bit of sleet falling. it's cold enough here where it's sort of staying on the ground. it's hitting the ground and bouncing, but you can't make it out because of all the old snow. i can tell you that the roads have been treated all along 270 between the district and frederick. there is no problem getting around. you will see snowplows out, not actually plowing, but spreading salt and chemicals on the road to keep them passable. as you heard from veronica, the atmosphere is pretty dry, so what may appear on radar, may not be hitting the ground. again, we are seeing some here but nothing new and significant at this point. of course, as we hear, that could all change later. it will mix in with some rain, so that should make fo
bomb my live shot, one of our favorite cnn heroes from last year, come on over here derek, i'm going to tell on you, you were almost late. >> you know what? i'm going to believe you on that one, but derick was here because he was one of our top ten cnn heroes last year, and if you saw the show, no one can forget der derek, you were so excited, it was my first hero cnn live. you brought a smile to everyone's face there, you were so honored and so touched, but you do so much with your global soap project. and talk about what it meant to be honored as one of cnn's top heroes. >> one of the things when you come out here you find out how popular you are with your work. when you actually step on stage and notice the incredible power and synergy that's coming out from the audience and from the world around the world and around the world is looking at you, including your mother and father, it is ecstatic, it's wonderful, we had a great time and we have seen so much support coming from everybody, we really enjoyed it. >> just to give you a reminder about what derek does, he was saying in a mo
. the weapon was confiscated. derek valcourt explains what happened. >> reporter: we are talking about some really young kids, between 7 and 10 years old. they had a bb gun pointed in their faces. >> reporter: these two young brothers say a bully confronted them with a bb gun as they rode the bus to school. >> he told me to shut up or he was going to shoot me. >> i was asleep. and i woke up. that's when he had the gun in my face. he was like, where is my money at? >> reporter: the frightened boys were not harmed but reported the terrifying incident to their principal at grove park elementary. school officials investigated and learned the bb-gun-wielding boy attended nearby arlington elementary, which shares the bus route. at first, school admin strairtds couldn't -- administrators couldn't find the bb gun. but later, a school custodian found it hidden in the basement. >> reporter: for their part, school fors say the student who brought the gun was disciplined. >> i just can't grasp the fact that my children were put in that situation. [ crying ] and i
. but it's not clear why that bb gun wasn't confiscated immediately on the bus. derek valcourt, wjz eyewitness news. >> all right, derek, thank you. under the school system's code of conduct, punishment for bringing a bb gun to school could range from a suspension to an expulsion. >>> new charges tonight in a shooting inside a baltimore county hospital emergency room. 30-year-old brian dargon will face an attempted murder charge. dargoon was in police custody at the university of maryland st. joseph's medical center yesterday. a fight ensued after a nurse noticed he had a syringe during the struggle. an officer's gun discharged, hitting a wall. the officer's gun was grazed when the weapon went off. but she was not seriously hurt. >>> an aide for the maryland school for the deaf, is charged with sexually abusing students. vic is in the newsroom with the latest on this disturbing death. >> 36-year-old clarence taylor is arrested tonight after he is accused of molesting girls at school between 2009 and 2010. one of the girls now 15 and 16, is no lon
and proud to be the caretaker for them. i wake up every day and thank that i have i'm derek, i'm hyungry, and ready to eat. these vendors offer a variety of the streets near you. these mobile restaurants are serving up original, creative and unusual combinations. you can grab something simple like a grilled cheese sandwich or something unique like curry. we areher here in the average eight -- upper haight. you will be competing in the quick buy food challenge. an appetizer and if you are the winner you will get the title of the quitck bite "chompion." i am here with matt cohen, from off the grid. >> we assembled trucks and put them into a really unique heurban settings. >> what inspired you to start off the grid? >> i was helping people lodge mobile food trucks. the work asking for what can we get -- part together? we started our first location and then from there we expanded locations. >> why do think food trucks have grown? >> i have gotten popular because the high cost of starting a brick and mortar or strong, the rise of social media, trucks can be easily located, and food trucks to
are demanding answers about why there's been so many mistakes with them. derek valcourt has more. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon. keep in mind a lot of folks were skeptical about these speed cameras before they were even installed. now that there's reports of problems some lawmakers want to make sure they're fair and accurate for everyone. >> reports of malfunctioning speed cameras dolling out tickets to drivers who don't deserve them have raised doubts. >> do you have faith in those speed cameras? >> no, i don't. >> i don't trust them. >> the evidence is there that people are not accurate -- they're not accurate. >> the evidence of the speed camera problems came from an investigation by our media partner the baltimore sun that discovered inaccuracies with a handful of the city's 83 speed cameras. take this one on cold spring lane. it snapped 11,000 speeders. some tickets had to be voided after the camera reported the wrong speed. the department of transportation said they're work being the company that operates those cameras to conduct a rigorous investigation into the problem.
and find out what it's going to be like on christmas eve and christmas morning. j you know about dereker and dancer and vixon but what about chopper, today santa hopped a ride on a chopper and he flew over north county high school dropping down candy kanes for the kids -- canes for the kids waiting below. the kids loved it. >> i was always impressed when we came on the fire truck. what's next boat. >> santa gets around. >> he'll be around in less than 24 hours. >> let's take a look, go time is real quick. clouds will be here tomorrow afternoon. watchthis, burst of snow this is tomorrow evening late tomorrow afternoon and evening and then that changes on to rain. accumulation wise, not much, maybe a dusting at best. we'llgo 46 on christmas day and then we're watching another nor'easter leaning towards more of a rain situation. i know,rain, but there could be a cold element to that. we'll thatdhaek out and then another storm friday into all day saturday also could bring rain and snow. >> so the kids won't get to play in the snow but they'll get to see it. >> that's it. >> thanks for
. this is where they increase pressure and decide to bring people at the quarterback. let's see if derek mason does. he's played coverage all the way downfield here. let's see if he changes up on this now. >> gus: let's see if hundley takes a shot. hundley underneath. gary johnson the intended receiver. and now jim mora will sending the field goal unit on. ka'imi fairbairn a freshman from hawaii. last week he kicked a season-long 48-yarder. this one will be from about 51 yards away for the tie. good snap, clean hold. wide. not the best snap. and stanford is in victory formation. the stanford cardinal will advance to the rose bowl for the first time since 1999. young david shaw masterful in a hard-fought effort by jim mora's ucla bruins. stanford 11-2, winners of the pac-12 north and the pac-12 champion, heading to pasadena. >> charles: and it was a tough snap. they did a nice job getting it down but you see everything is off just a little bit, unable to convert. stanford wins it all. >> gus: 27-24, what a game, folks. the pac-12 championship, as the stanford cardinal continue their amazing run
to bring the all-new cadillac ats to test the 2.0-liter turbo engine. [ engine revs ] [ derek ] 272 horsepower. the lightest in its class. the cadillac ats outmatches the bmw 3 series. i cannot believe i have ended the day not scraping some red paint off on these barriers. ♪ [ male announcer ] the all-new cadillac ats. >>> michigan. it's the corner stone of the american labor movement, but could be in for the biggest shake up in its history. despite rallies of union workers in the state capital, michigan lawmakers are on the verge of passing a right to work law. experts say it would be massive symbolic blow to the labor movement. susan candiotti is on the line with us. they would be forced to pay union dues even though they will stild enjoy the benefits of contracts. if this becomes law, what would it mean for unions and what kind of political path they can carry after this? >> that is the question, isn't it? politically, it could be a major blow to unions. last month in michigan, voters rejected a referendum that would have made this unconstitutional. passage could also make unio
have included two names in the drum supervisor nor man and derek evan will pull out the name to determine the -- [inaudible] supervisor nor man 83 shabt tenth and following -- slab the 11th in meeting. >> thank you mr. clerk is it chap shall be as you have described and we have six minutes before our 330 special order and so i would like to start our comments root at 330 and so we have a few minutes spue with that i would like to start general public comment with individuals and mr. clerk please read the jeep public comment instructions? this is an opportunity for the public to comment generally within the items subject matter and including items without references to community candar and speakers using translation a assistance will be allowed the twice the amount of time and once the item is a document is placed on the overhead probablier remove it after the speaker speaks about the meeting. thank you don't give money to friends of the library and don't accept money from the library and again i'm speaking without graphic presentation, perhaps you might listen have you
then. but in that game, derek mcfadden ran 310 yards. several others will get chances too. >> this isn't preseason. this isn't where you work on things just to see where you are at. this is regular season, nfl football and we're trying to win football games but in the process we are trying to get a look at young guys. >> we want to finish off strong as a team. we owe it to the fans to do that. and to continue just to fight. fight as a kwraoupt and i think we will. i think we have enough in us and i think we have enough here to do that. >> well imagine being a major league pitcher with a career of 48 wins and 58 losses and looking for a contract. how much would you expect to earn. how about $80 millions over four years that's what sanchez agrees to with the tigers this year. sanchez was traded in july from miami to detroit. anabel strikes out eight and allows two runs in 6 innings in game three of the world series but took the 2-0 loss. we'll have warriors tonight at 10:00. >> thank you, fred. >>> it has now been 12 hours since a gunman opened fire inside a connecticut school. we have b
the lakers up by 4. great fadeaway. then to the second quarter. derek jack exploded. nothing but net. david lee had a triple double last night and closer to a double-double. right now, 81-70 in the third. we'll have highlights coming up at 11:00 on channel 7. >> undefeated stanford hosted by longtime rival and lady cardinals had too much game. pat summers on hand. probably thinking what everybody else. here at left hand. stanford, and there with the put back. 21 points and 19 rebounds and stanford remains unbeaten. >> for the men, cal hosting prior ri view a&m. justin cobb with 14 points on the night. the steal and you know what is coming. 23 points for him. cal win it 85-53. >> facing san diego state. he got lit up by chase, 33 points on the afternoon. san diego stated i am police officers to 10-1, 80-58 was the final. >> we're hear from megatron and more from the warriors tonight at 11:00 and we'll see you then. >> all of your electronic devices zapping you of >>> coming up tonight, power outages, wind damage and it's not over yet. we're tracking the storm and latest what is heading your
. >> happy holidays from afghanistan. i'm major derek rynesmith from indiana. and i want to say happy new year to all my family and friends back home and especially to my wife kim, my daughter saddie and my son zeik. miss you, love you, see you soon. >> it's a program designed to help home homer-- owners who may have wrongfully lost their home because of bad bank practise. the deadline to apply is tomorrow. the problem, critics say hardly anyone knows about it here's bill whitaker. >> 74-year-old dorothy paton raised herself enchildren in this south los angeles house. >> i wanted to live and enjoy my home. and then when i get ready to enjoy it, it's taken away. >> she was living alone after her husband died in 2007. she says that is when bank of america approached her with a new mortgage and a $110,000 home equity line of credit. she didn't understand her payments would jump 1200 dollars a month. paton and her bank could not work out a loan modification. she lost her home to foreclosure. >> do you feel that you were cheated. >> i was cheated. i was cheated out of my home. >> paton is appl
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